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Tcl stands for "tool command language" and is pronounced "tickle." It is actually two things: a language and a library. First, Tcl is a simple textual language, intended primarily for issuing commands to interactive programs such as text editors, debuggers, illustrators, and shells. It has a simple syntax and is also programmable, so Tcl users can write command procedures to provide more powerful commands than those in the built-in set. Second, Tcl is a library package that can be embedded in application programs.
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The Entropy Liberation Front - Providing a collection of Tcl/Tk plugins and sources as well as links to other resources. TclTutor - Interactive computer aided instruction package to learn Tcl. It consists of 43 lessons covering all basic Tcl commands. Tcl Developer Xchange - Was Scriptics.com, firm founded by Tcl creator, and original sole author, Professor John Ousterhout. Advocacy, tutorials, documentation, links, news, software, latest releases, downloads. Will's Tcl/Tk Page - Featuring the trycatch and expand packages, guides to creating object commands and to success with namespaces and packages. Tcl-Wear Chronology - A history of shirts, hats, office toys and other Tcl-related paraphernalia. Donal K. Fellows's Tcl Archive - Featuring extended Tcl fontification for Emacs, scripts and extensions, Tclets and Games. Practical Programming in Tcl and Tk - Fifteen out of 48 chapters of Brent Welch's book. Tcl/Tk Quick Reference - For Tcl/Tk 8.x based on the quick reference guide written for Perl by Johan Vromans. A Perl script is included in the distribution to reorganize the 52 pages in the Postscript source into booklet form. Avia Training and Consulting - Provides services for the Tcl programming language and extensions such as Tk and Expect. Clif Flynt - Homepage of "Tcl/Tk For Real Programmers" author. Professional and personal information. Book overview, table of Contents, errata. Tcl/Tk related items. Tcl/Tk Software - Autodoc, Makedist, and other Software for and using Tcl/Tk written by Andreas Kupries. Tcl/Tk References of Interest - Cameron Laird's collection of information about Tcl/Tk, including articles he wrote for Sunworld e.a. Frequently Made Mistakes in Tcl - Article on evident faults and unidiomatic usages of Tcl. Tcl/Tk advocacy - Teaches non-programming types how to create GUI applications using Tcl/Tk. Uses Windows, Cygwin, web browser or Linux as platform for learning, practicing, experimenting. dgWebHelp: Tcl/Tk - Fast access to Tcl/Tk and extensions manual pages via a nice Java applet. Slennox's Eggdrop Page: Tcl Archive - Large archive of Tcl scripts for eggdrop IRC bots. Tcl/Tk SourceForge Project - The core development home for Tcl and the Tk toolkit. Using Tcl/Tk in Multimedia Applications - A short tutorial about how to use Tcl/Tk in Multimedia applications for X. Scripting Graphical Commands with Tcl/Tk Mini-HOWTO - A quick introduction by example to creating graphical user interfaces for command line applications with Tcl and Tk. Tcl for Web Nerds - A guide programming a Web service using TCL as the CGI language. Tek-Tips - Tcl/Tk - A WWW based discussion forum for Tcl/Tk programmers. Wikipedia's Tcl Tutorial - A short tutorial on the Tcl language from Wikipedia. A Tcl(Tutorial for Cool Language) for Tcl/Tk Tutorial - A Tcl/Tk tutorial aimed at beginners. Tcl Scripts - Tclsh scripts and Eggdrop scripts. Tcl Java Integration - About Jacl, a Java implementation of Tcl 8.x., and TclBlend, a package for Tcl 8.x to load and interact with the Java VM. Tcl Tutorial - This tutorial is aimed at those who have some knowledge of programming, although you don't have to be an expert. The tutorial is intended as a companion to the Tcl manual pages which provide a reference for all Tcl commands. Tcl/Tk Extensions and Information Page - Extensions to make Tcl/Tk applications easy to implement. Some of these extensions are specific to NT, while others run in both, Unix and NT environments. Tcl/Tk on Windows Frequently-Asked Questions - A frequently-asked questions, also called a FAQ, covers problems with the Tcl/Tk programming on the Windows platform. ActiveTcl - ActiveState's distribution of Tcl, available for Linux, Solaris, HP-UX and Windows. Overview, features, resources and testimonials.
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